One of the main things the UK has taken away from the pandemic is a more flexible approach to working arrangements. So, we thought we’d introduce you to our new working policy: work where it works.
The ‘work where it works’ framework is easy to follow:
Where do you work most efficiently and productively? Do you have access to the appropriate tools and information you’ll need to complete the task to the highest possible standard?
Does your choice impact your colleagues? Does your task require collaboration with others and will this be conducted most effectively from your chosen workspace?
Maximising value for our clients is key in everything we do. To do this, ask yourself how you’ll optimise not just your own output, but the wider team’s output on any given project, ensuring our clients are also reaping the utmost rewards.
We believe that ‘work where it works’ is the most practical and fruitful approach to yield the best possible results for employees, business and clients alike.
By giving our team greater autonomy over recognising their own efficiencies, we’re empowering our team to optimise their own productivity. This enables us to ensure every project is completed to the highest standard to the obvious benefit of the project’s success and, ultimately, the client’s satisfaction.
However, a solely productivity-based approach is ignorant of the wider benefits of an office environment and its contribution to the culture of the organisation. If one of our team has a full day of content writing or coding, then sure - work where you work best. But in instances of collaboration and development, this is often not the best choice.
After all, excluding yourself from the multitude of learning opportunities available within an office environment does not benefit you, the company or our clients.
So, by considering the bigger picture with each decision, we’ve created a self-sustaining ecosystem that always reaps the best rewards for each one of our holy trinity:
‘Work where it works’ is all about finding the optimal outcome for everyone involved. Our balanced approach is built on the understanding that no choice is static; what works one day may not work the next.